First Hackathon

Bringing together motivated students and industry experts to work on cutting-edge biotech solutions using our first beta version

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Driving forward cutting-edge algorithmic solutions in an interdisciplinary framework

Process & network automation for future networks

Energy management & the vision of a power grid like the internet

Neuro-symbolic AI solutions beyond GenAI

a Neuro-symbolic AI & Hyperautomation SynBio DryLab Platform with natural Language User Interface for Biosciences

Mission: Thinking & Computing

In our increasingly interconnected world, marked by a spectrum of impact and interaction chains, we are facing major global challenges, i. e. the climate change.

We believe that innovations in smart design using Next Generation Artificial Intelligence technologies will play a crucial role in key solutions shaping our future. Guided by our mission, "Thinking beyond Computing," we are dedicated to developing and implementing such solutions grounded in Next Generation artificial and symbolic intelligence.

"Thinking" represents's development of a reliable Next Generation Artificial & Symbolic Intelligence, encompassing both data-driven AI solutions augmented by knowledge & scientific-mathematical models for specific domains, while also meeting the EU AI Act's requirements for critical infrastructures.

"Computing" refers to both the self-organized, autonomous pipeline for neuro-symbolic AI and hyperautomation software executed on digital, as well as solutions executed by physical systems, such as neuromorphic, and quantum computers, emphasizing cost and energy efficiency in its operation.

Systems & process networks with graph-theoretic structures form the core of our work. We offer solutions for network-based industries, including telecommunications through, and power transmission and energy systems via Our latest venture is - a NextGen AI and hyperautomation Dry Lab Platform facilitating the design of innovative synthetic biological systems.


We focus on Neuro-symbolic AI & Hyperautomation Innovations for network-based industries & future biology business areas with attractive business models and market potentials.

Product & solution development, sales and marketing as well as customer project realization is done only by our affiliates:

  • GIP Exyr GmbH, a GIP AG company, with a focus on future communication networks based on and system integration for neuro-symbolic AI & hyperautomation solutions. Further GIP Exyr offers AI & hyperautomation as well as conventional IT consulting together with individual software development with a strong focus on AI & automation.
  • Xyna GmbH, a GIP AG company offering, & cloud services, as well as professional service for the open source xyna solutions with the support for the open-source version of planned for the future.


As GIP AG is a purely digital and virtual research company with no staff other than the management, there are no job offers.

If you are interested in attractive job opportunities, take a look at the career page of our associated company GIP Exyr GmbH: 

Innovations are in our DNA

Looking over the edge with a focus on the future and innovation since 2006

We are constantly rethinking innovations with a focal point on interdisciplinary dialogue directing future visions. Since 2006 we have hosted the Xyna conference – an exclusive event with renowned speakers from industry and science, selected by us annually, create a unique opportunity to discuss current issues and innovations, to gather new impulses.

Innovations Beyond Computing

14. Xyna Konferenz 21.11.2019 at the Kurhaus, Wiesbaden

How do new ideas emerge? How will synthetic biology change our lives? What characterizes social innovations? "Innovations Beyond Computing" was the motto of the 14th Xyna conference held by the Mainz-based software house GIP AG

Que Sera! Smart World: What Mars Can Teach Us.

13. Xyna Konferenz 21.11.2018 at the Kurhaus, Wiesbaden

What could human life on Mars look like - and what can we learn from such a scenario for our world today? Under the motto "Que sera, Smart World - What Mars can teach us", this year's Xyna conference of the Mainz-based GIP Research Institute took place on November 21, 2018.

Thinking Beyond Computing: Can We Copy The Brain?

12. Xyna Konferenz 29.11.2017 at the Kurhaus, Wiesbaden

GIP celebrated its 25th anniversary this year and invited a very special guest and speaker to mark the occasion: the Pope of AI, Prof. Dr. Jürgen Schmidhuber.

Just to name a few

Take a look into past XK reviews, discussing central infrastructures, innovations beyond the cloud, digitalization of the modern world and more.

Now: from the stage back to the lab

The XOLLX FutureLab is the direct descendant of our xyna conference vision for interdisciplinary exchange and a drive towards change. We want to offer a forum for the exchange of ideas, discussion of innovation& technology trends, support for innovative minds and the implementation of funded R&D projects with a focus on pioneering future solutions driving change.


First Hackathon

Last Friday, hosted a highly successful hackathon, bringing together motivated students and industry experts to work on cutting-edge biotech solutions using our first beta version. We are thrilled to share the highlights and achievements from this inspiring event. Participants tackled ambitious projects, including optimizing a protein involved in plastic degradation and designing a synthetic serotonin-like molecule for Alzheimer's disease treatment. With our initial pipeline, teams were able to design workflows from scratch and present initial results within just a few hours, showcasing the powerful capabilities of One of the standout achievements was the integration of a ChatGPT node by the students, demonstrating the innovative potential of combining AI with biotech. We are excited to announce that we will be pursuing the addition of this ChatGPT node into the first official version of, set to launch later this year. Stay tuned for more updates on this exciting development!

Monday, July 8, 2024

Great success on jumpstarting with the first Future on Site event – Next GenAI goes Bio!

Our new series Future on Site jumpstarted with an inspiring mixture of young scientists coming together to create future synthetic biology solutions. The eagerness to develop new algorithmic tools and solve modern problems of our local iGEM Teams is fascinating, gaining them each a XOLLX iGEM Grant prize to develop their projects. A highlight was the firsthand insight, invaluable for the development of our Saturn project derived The idea of an AI-aided bioinformatical analysis hyperautomation platform was greeted by all with enthusiastic discussions and ideas. The shared vision among all at the Future on Site: Next GenAI goes Bio once again showed the great innovative potential that we are eager to harness in these interdisciplinary events. Thank you again to everyone from the iGEM Tübingen, iGEM Aachen, iGEM Frankfurt and CompuGene Student Lab for the amazing first Future On Site Event. We will persist in gathering innovative minds to further work on creating our future.

Monday, May 13, 2024

Future On Site: Next GenAI goes Bio

Future On Site: Next GenAI goes Bio We're thrilled to unveil our vision for - a pioneering GenAI-aided, graph-based platform tailored for bioinformatic analytics. Our platform design is set to empower scientists to streamline their analyses and pipelines without the need for coding expertise or the hassle of deployment all powered by our innovative Saturn program. Join us on the 12. April at the GIP headquarters in Mainz where we'll demonstrate in action, discuss the future of bioinformatical hyperautomation and share visions with local iGEM Teams, students and professionals. For updates and registration:

Tuesday, April 2, 2024

Vodafone: wir setzen auf die GIP und auf Xyna

Die GIP Exyr GmbH (Website) und Vodafone verbindet bereits eine lange Geschichte: einst war Arcor bzw. die DBKom (aus der dann erst die CNI, dann Arcor, dann Vodafone hervorging) der erste Kunde des damals noch unter anderem Namen firmierenden Systemintegrators aus dem Bereich Internet / Telekommunikation. Das war 1998!  Seit dieser Zeit besteht eine Partnerschaft mit Vodafone. In einer schnelllebigen und unsteten Zeit sind solche Beziehungen besonders wertvoll. Sie ermöglichen es, nachhaltig wertschaffende Lösungen zu realisieren, die sich immer wieder erneuern und modernisieren, und somit zu stabilen Bausteinen einer zukunftsorientierten Architektur werden.  Für das folgende Testimonial sind wir sehr dankbar: „Seit über zwei Jahrzehnten setzen wir bei der Entwicklung von OSS-Anwendungen auf unseren Partner GIP Exyr GmbH. Die Provisioning-Suite AIDA, die IP-Dienste für Privatkunden, Geschäftskunden und Carrier bereitstellt, basiert auf der Automation-Plattform Xyna Factory. Die GIP Exyr GmbH liefert Kompetenz und Expertise an der anspruchsvollen Schnittstelle zwischen Network Engineering, Automatisierung und Software/IT. Gemeinsam gestalten wir bei Vodafone die Zukunft der Netzautomatisierung — im Einklang mit unserem Credo: Growing Together.“ Steffen Krippner  Head of OSS Fulfilment Vodafone GmbH

Thursday, January 25, 2024

GIP AG fördert studentisches Projekt zu grünem Wasserstoff in Namibia

Mit Startschuss im Mai 2023 unterstützt die GIP in Zusammenarbeit mit dem Verein 3E4Africa ein studentisches Forschungsprojekt in Namibia. Der gemeinnützige Verein 3E4Africa wurde von deutschen und afrikanischen Studenten der RWTH Aachen mit der Zielsetzung Education, Empowerment & Ecofriendliness u. a. zur Förderung nachhaltiger Innovationen in Afrika gegründet. Dazu fördert 3E4A afrikanische Studenten und Forscher bei der Teilnahme an Forschungsprojekten zur Entwicklung von lokalen und nachhaltigen Lösungen für die Energiewende, den Klimawandel und dessen Folgen in Afrika. Namibia eignet sich aufgrund der Größe und hohen Sonneneinstrahlung ideal für die Produktion regenerativer Energien. Grüne Energie in Form von Wasserstoff, der durch Elektrolyse mittels regenerativem Strom aus Wasserkraft erzeugt wird, kann dabei auch als Exportgut dienen. Namibia baut daher zeitnah Kapazitäten zur Produktion grünen Wasserstoffs auf. Aufgrund der geringen Energiedichte bietet sich darüber hinaus die Weiterverwertung von Wasserstoff zu grünem Ammoniak an. Grüner Ammoniak kann nicht nur als Energieträger oder Treibstoff verwendet werden, sondern auch als Ausgangsprodukt für Düngemittel dienen. Genau dort greift das durch die GIP unterstützte studentische Förderprojekt der 3E4A an. Das Ziel des Projektes ist es, die Wirtschaftlichkeit und Wirksamkeit von ökologisch nachhaltigen Ammoniakderivaten, u. a. auf Basis von grünem Wasserstoff, für Düngemittel in der Region Omusati in Namibia zu untersuchen. Das Projektteam wird in enger Zusammenarbeit mit dem Namibian Green Hydrogen Research Institute (NGHRI) arbeiten. Dies trägt sowohl zur Nachwuchsförderung im Bereich der Herstellung von grünem Wasserstoff als Kraftstoff in Namibia bei, als auch zur Entwicklung erneuerbarer Energieinfrastrukturen in Afrika. Wir freuen uns sehr, Teil dieses spannenden Projektes zu sein, und nachhaltige Innovationen lokal in Afrika fördern zu können.

Tuesday, May 9, 2023

Xyna Ad Astra

Under this motto, GIP Exyr GmbH, a 100% subsidiary of GIP AG, hosted XynaCom on 14.06.2022 at the Kulturzentrum, Mainz. In the morning, exciting workshops were held, which provided an insight into selected projects. New employees were also welcomed and introduced. One of the highlights of the event was the presentation by Dr. Alexander Ebbes, who announced the initial open source publishing, the first release of Xyna Factory on GitHub under Apache license. “For Xyna to be successful, out there in the wild, we have to reinvent it, reposition it in a new and contemporary way." This quote from Dr. Alexander Ebbes shows that the tool is no longer limited in its potential and can now develop further. This also changes the mindset of the GIP, which thus also looks to a new future. Afterwards, Dr. Bernd Reifenhäuser, as initiator, announced the foundation of the Future Networking Research Alliance. The goal of the alliance is to lay the foundations for future networks and software-defined networks through cooperative research. The focus will be on software-defined, resilient and secure networks as well as 6G and the Internet of Everything (IoE). The entire article by Dr. Bernd Reifenhäuser on the founding of the alliance can be found on LinkedIn. In addition to GIP AG, the alliance is currently formed by Prof. Dr.-Ing. Ulrich Trick and Prof. Dr. Armin Lehmann from the Telecommunications Networks Research Group at the University Of Applied Science Frankfurt, as well as Prof. Dr. Martin Stiemerling and Prof. Dr. Michael von Rüden from the Department of Computer Science at Darmstadt University of Applied Sciences. It is completed by Dr. Alexander Ebbes, who represents GIP Exyr GmbH. By forming the alliance, GIP has significantly strengthened its research in the areas of 5G, 6G and Internet of Everything (IoE). By jointly applying and participating in research funding activities, the alliance will be able to fund challenging and high-risk research in the future. The last presentation of XynaCom by Prof. Dr.-Ing. Ulrich Trick covered the technology of 5th generation mobile networks. At the end of the event, a copy of the book "5G: An Introduction to 5th Generation Mobile Networks" by Prof. Dr. Trick was raffled off to all participating guests. In addition to all the interesting presentations, the XynaCom was a fitting event to also celebrate the coming together of the employee:s in a larger setting since the beginning of the Corona Pandemic. We look back on this beautiful and eventful day with pleasure.

Wednesday, July 13, 2022

Founding of the research alliance Future Networks

On the initiative of Dr. Bernd Reifenhäuser, GIP AG, the Future Networks research alliance was founded at XynaCom on June 14, 2022, together with Prof. Ulrich Trick and Prof. Armin Lehmann, Telecommunications Networks Research Group of the University of Applied Science Frankfurt am Main, and Dr. Alexander Ebbes, GIP Exyr GmbH.  Among the founding members, who unfortunately could not attend XynaCom on June 14, are Prof. Martin Stiemerling, Prof. Stefan Valentin and Prof. Michael von Rüden of the Department of Computer Science at the University of Applied Sciences Darmstadt. The objective of the alliance is to lay the foundations for future networks and software-defined networks through cooperative research. The focus will be on software-defined, resilient and secure networks as well as 6G and the Internet of Everything (IoE). Current global political developments in particular show that resilience and cyber security are becoming central for networks, as lifelines for our future. But also to be able to counter climate change with technical measures, the stronger networking of people, data, things and processes through the IoE will be inevitable. The next generation of mobile communications, 6G, will offer new dimensions for wireless networking, e.g., with special purpose networks, and thus open up new potential for IoE innovations. Alongside the future Internet of Everything, energy supply will form the backbone of our society. IoE and energy supply are closely linked, so this aspect will also be the subject of the research alliance. The alliance is to be expanded to include medium-sized technology suppliers and providers of all sizes. A central task of the alliance is the successful acquisition of national and European research funds in order to be able to finance these breakthrough innovations. Dr. Ebbes, left, Prof. Trick, center, Prof. Lehmann, right

Monday, June 20, 2022

GIP receives patent protection in the USA for virtualization of power grids

The US patent has granted the extension of the scope of protection of the GIP patent US 10,361,564 B2: now not only the packet-based CrossBar, called QBar, as a dedicated network node is protected, but also the embodiment of this as a virtual or logical QBar for the distribution of electrical power is included in the scope of protection. With this technology, it is now possible to virtualize and highly dynamically segment power networks. In particular, this technology allows virtual overlay networks to be realized for packet-based power transmission on standard power networks. Then a quantum grid based on standard power grids that is divided into cells can be formed. These cells can exchange power with each other on a packet basis using the virtual QBar technology. A particular advantage of this cell-based Quantum Grid is the firewall function, which prevents a large-scale spread of a blackout and at the same time offers the possibility of operating individual cells in island mode and then interconnecting them again to form an overall grid without the usual problems of "black start".

Monday, July 26, 2021